New bird species, Cetti’s Warbler discovered at Green Park
With the Winter season fast approaching wildlife is becoming hard to find, however a new bird species has been discovered at Green Park. Bird expert, Brian Clews and those who attended the Nature Walk on 16 October heard the beautiful calling of a Cetti’s Warbler.
Cetti’s Warbler is a nationally scarce species, with a small number of hotspots elsewhere in the county. With only 2000 pairs UK-wide, we hope that Green Park will become a breeding site for this bird.
This small bird usually makes its presence known with loud bursts of song and can be identified by its brown feathers, short stocky wings and rounded tail.
Keep your eyes peeled when out and about at Green Park for a Cetti’s Warbler!